Played here today under very sunny skies, no wind whatsoever, and morning temps that were a touch cool, but by hole 4 it was very pleasant.
To me this is a fun course, not overly difficult with a good assortment of holes. Although a bit on the soft side it was 90* everywhere, only exception was the Par 6th hole. Tee areas had good coverage and fairly flat. Sand traps were being worked on and some could use some sand as they are getting thin in that department. Fairways are good, a touch thin in spots but nothing to bad to moan about. Greens are running smoothly and at a speed of 8 maybe 9. Our POP was 3 hours even but we wee first off the 10th tee and no slow down until hole 4 then it crawled. Would have to say play the course if you like good conditions, both west and north courses also looked very nice.
Thanks for the report. Been awhile since the last time at MBN, how is the practice area?
The practice area is fine, but it's not very big for 3 courses. You can drive your cart
to the range.
There are 2 putting greens.
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One thing about the practice, it is small and you have to hit off of mats.
Personally I prefer the West course over the south, that said would not hesitate to return to the south, conditions can only get better once the course firms up a bit. That goes for many MN courses right now, wetness from the over seed is making for tougher conditions.
I prefer also the West over the South. It is an easier golf course. I like to play the course when i arrive in Myrtle Beach. Over the weeks, i will selected more difficult golf courses. It is better for my handicap 😉
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I like the West because there are no homes along the fairways.
But you can't go wrong on Southcreek either.
I'm giving the edge to the West.
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